Special Events For Members


Why not become a member of Lubenham Heritage Group? Membership costs £10 pa and entitles you not only to reduced entry fees at meetings but to participate in specially organised events.

Our Forthcoming 2022 Events

Wednesday 29th June — Tour of Coventry.
Coach trip to Coventry with a guided walk around the mediaeval centre of the city followed by a visit to the cathedrals.
NOTE: This visit has now been cancelled due to lack of numbers.

Thursday 21st July — Visit to Nevill Holt Hall Evening guided visit to the outside of the hall and gardens and family church.
We are now taking bookings for the visit to Nevill Holt Hall. As mentioned in last month’s LHG News Garry Davies, one of our members, has kindly arranged a visit to this Grade 1 listed building, courtesy of the owner David Ross and House Manager Deborah Wakefield. Rosalind Willatts, former MHDC Conservation Officer, will be our guide on a tour of the outside of the building, looking at the history and architecture, and head gardener Andy will show us the gardens. We also have permission to visit the family church.
The visit is on Thursday evening 21st July at 6.00pm and is limited to 20 people on a first come basis. The tour is free to Members but we will ask for a donation to a charity (chosen by Hall staff) on the night. Please give your names to Barbara Burbidge.
An email confirming the booking and giving further details of when and where to meet etc will be sent in due course.

Saturday evening 13th August — Summer Supper in the Village Hall. This is a variation on the normal Annual BBQ. Further details nearer the time.

Wednesday afternoon 28th SeptemberGuided tour of the Abbey Park area of Leicester. Walk led by Blue Badge guide Steve Bruce. Further details to follow.

Recent 2022 Events

April — Tour of the Cottage Estate, Lubenham.  Two members’ tours were arranged for this event. We hope all that attended enjoyed learning more about the Cottage Estate, which once belonged to Jack “Cherry” Angell. Our thanks go to Linda and David for all the hard work they put in to the visit, especially for opening up their houses and showing us their exhibitions in the Tower House and Gore Lodge. Many of you had heard of the Cottage Estate and now you know the history and its importance in the life of Lubenham.

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